Friday, May 1, 2009

Travel Nurse's Bible

I just finished reading this invaluable travel nurse guide written by David Morrison RN who has been a traveler himself for over a decade. It's like having a best friend who is a traveling nurse and shares all of his secrets with you! I wish I had read it BEFORE taking my first assignment, as it may have saved me a lot of anguish dealing with the agency I was contracted with. He covers every topic you can imagine from choosing an agency to housing issues to tax tips to how to get out of a bad situation. If you are currently a traveler, or think you might travel someday, get yourself a copy NOW. TravelNursesBible.com

6 comments:

Paulina said...

I'm sorry you had such a bad experience with your first assignment's company. It sounds like you are becoming an expert now though. Remember we kept reminding ourselves that "This was an adventure." I'll have to check out this Travel Nurses Bible, in case I go back to travel nursing.

travelnursingblogs said...

I'm reading that book too. I like it so far.

alicia said...

oooh this sounds great for me. I have been thinking about being a travel nurse for a long time now and have so many questions about it. I will get the book! let me ask you though, what is the best part of being a travel nurse? tell me tell me!!! haha

alicia

RVtravelerRN said...

Alicia, what I like most about travel nursing is making new friends. Traveling to new areas and sight-seeing was what interested me in the first place and I have learned that being a traveler stretches me as a nurse in good ways. There are also great tax advantages to travel nursing.

Epstein LaRue said...

Actually if you are interested in travel nursing in an RV, the "Highway Hypodermics" series in the only one out there that has a full chapter on travel nursing in an RV. It can also be found on amazon.

Corley Tickle said...

Great book! I have been a traveling rn for a few years now and feel like I am still learning! I love the challenge and adventure!